Two hurt in Iowa crash that slices grain truck in half

FLOYD COUNTY, Iowa- Two men were injured in a Friday morning crash, in northern Iowa's Floyd County,  which a pick-up hit a empty grain trailer slicing it in half.

The Iowa State Patrol says a pick-up, driven by 41-year-old Tony Keeling of Nora Springs, ran a stop sign and collided with a semi, driven 38-year-old David Noss of Rockwell.    

Keeling and a passenger, 25-year-old Aaron Olson of Nora Springs were taken to Mercy Hospital in Mason City.  

The collision happened Friday morning around 9:30 at the intersection of 270th and Dancer, west of Marble Rock, Iowa.

(Photos from Floyd County Sheriff's Office)

 

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